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Minnesota Citizen Scientists Help Protect Wildlife

by Mark Lex, posted on 6:13 PM, July 1, 2016
MnSTA member Laura Molenaar and her students are among several Minnesotans working to protect a variety of wildlife.
An article in the Star Tribune describes how Minnesotans are helping to protect wildlife such as timber rattlesnakes, purple martins and monarch butterflies. The article includes MnSTA member Laura Molenaar, a science teacher at New London Middle School, whose students participate in the national Monarch Larva Monitoring Project. You can read more about Laura, her students, and this project in the Star Tribune article at http://www.startribune.com/uncommon-species-in-minnesota-have-benefit-from-uncommon-citizens/385074021/